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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Jemez Pueblo Pottery

Jemez Pueblo is a federally recognized tribe in north-central New Mexico, just northwest of Albuquerque. The tribe is one of the 19 remaining pueblos of New Mexico covering 89,000 miles and home to 3400 tribal members. Traditional pottery from this pueblo had nearly died out until its revival in the later 1960's. Pottery of this region is red-slipped or buff ware with red, black or buff designs. This pot was made by Martina Chinana, one of many artists who is struggling to have Jemez gain respect as a major pottery producing pueblo. Source. I bought my pot while visiting the environs of Las Vegas a few years ago, never realizing the history behind this style of pottery.

kimklassencafe Because this pot is one of my favorite pottery pieces, I wanted to showcase  some small yellow flowers from my garden, anyway before the heat hits us here in Georgia, and I have only dried up leaves. For this Texture Tuesday, we were to  use one of Kim Klassen's textures named "Serendipity".  I also used another of Kim's textures named Vintage Teal and also, Sonnet.

Here is the original image-

2 comments:

Thoughtfully Blended Hearts said...

Both images are gorgeous...such a beautiful piece of pottery...lovin your background...

Linda Makiej said...

Beautiful work!!
Lovely blog - so happy to have found your wonderful photographs!!

 
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